Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Momento mori


While everybody has hit the frying pan in the rest of the nation we here in the Northwest might see 70.....

By the weekend!

The last ski day was (wait for it) this past weekend. Skiing in July? Where's Santa?

Another dust storm in AZ. What is this?... riders in the sky? Or maybe it's... riders on the storm.

Alright who has the voodoo doll? And quit sticking pins in it. My RA is bad enough.

No skull has been found yet on the 405 so keep digging boys you may uncover that indian burial ground yet. And just what do you do with the bones when you find them? Can only study them for so long. Shall we put them back in the traditional mound or add a headstone? Nope that would cost money. Respect is so dead these days.

Murdoch to get grilled. Will they put him on a sesame bun when he's finished? Hold the mayo please. At his age meat tenderizer would be more fitting.

Ah the advantages of getting a bit of sleep but being to lazy to do a real post. Eat your heart out Randal Graves. I'd bet if I googled 'eat your heart out' there'd be a rock group by that name. Care to bet? I thought not.

5 comments:

Randal Graves said...

70°? You lucky bastard. Now where did I put that voodoo doll...

Tom Harper said...

I don't think Port Angeles has even hit 70 yet this year. Spring felt like winter, and most of July has felt like a windy rainy day in April.

But I'm not complaining. The thing I miss least about California is those F#$%&!#!! triple-digit heat waves that would last for weeks on end.

an average patriot said...

I am sick of what they call a grilling. It ain't shit! Man we are looking at a 100, oh well we wanted summer. 70 is great but you know everyone will pay somehow sometime!

Four Dinners said...

I am enjoying a true English summer here....Rain, Thunder storms, freaky hailstone showers...ahhhh....my England......

The Blog Fodder said...

Hot in summer; cold in winter. Last time I checked that was how things are supposed to be. If one looks at standard deviations for temperatures, wild swings seem to be more the norm than the exception. I am just thankful for coal, oil, gas fired electrical air conditioning.